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Entok Slenget Kang Tanir is cooked it on a traditional cooking stoveBefore processed into slenget, the duck meat is cut in cubes and cooked using ungkep technique (hard-boiled in seasoning). Following the ungkep technique, the meat is cooked by boiling it on a traditional cooking stove, mixed with herbal seasonings, soy sauce, and ground red chilli..
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Entok Slenget Kang Tanir is cooked it on a traditional cooking stove Entok Slenget Kang Tanir with rice and fresh vegetables Entok Slenget Kang Tanir resembles that of stew-thick sauce Food stalls Entok Slenget Kang Tanir
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About Entok Slenget Kang Tanir
The thick, hard-to-process meat has caused many to raise a white flag in terms of turning it into a dish. In Kang Tanir's hands, however, this 'entok' or Manila duck eventually surrenders. It's ready to challenge spicy food lovers to have a try.Read more:
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